Tour Schedule: On Mondays, Wednesdays, Saturdays
Day 1 (Meeting Point): Ampenan, then heading to Lombok Kayangan, Kanawa Island, then staying at Bola Island
- Departing at 9:00 to 10:00 in the morning from the meeting point.
- Enjoying drinks and snacks that have been provided, while waiting for each guest to arrive and check in.
- Heading to the Kayangan port in East Lombok.
- Activities: climbing hill, diving, swimming and enjoying sunset
Day 2: Moyo Island
- Heading to waterfall in Moyo Island on foot while enjoying the beautiful panorama
- Activities: diving, swimming and enjoying sunset from the boat
Day 3: Laba Island, Manta Point, Komodo Island and Pink Beach
- Starting in the morning by walking to Laba island and sightseeing the beautiful scenery, do not forget your camera.
- Sailing to different points to look for stingrays
- Visiting the Komodo Park to see the Komodo Dragon
Day 4: Padar Island, Rinca Island, Kelor Island, Heading to Labuan Bajo (Flores)
- In the morning we will depart to see the sun rise in Padar island
- In Padar Island we will walk to see the beautiful scenery
- Visiting Rinca to see Komodo Dragons and looking for other forest animals in Rinca. While walking we will see incredible views of Rinca
- We will finish the tour at 5:30 pm (Depending on the situation and conditions)
- Deck Class IDR 2,300,000/Pax
- Cabin Class IDR 3,000,000/Pax
Price is not negotiable. Full payment must be done at check in
Picking Up Info
- Picking up is done in the place listed on the price list
- Bangsal Harbor, using a public boat from Gili Island to Bangsal Island (public boat from Gili T is IDR 15K, Gili meno and Gili Air is IDR 12K)
- Picking up in the area of Senggigi and Mataram is Free
- For those of you who stay in the Kuta Lombok area, we recommend you to use the bus provided with an additional cost of IDR 100k. The bus will pick you up at 8 to maximize the time
The trip uses 9 boots that have a capacity of 15 to 45 people depending on the boat size. All boats have a simple shower (using clean and fresh water). Sometimes we sail using two or more boats at the same time. All boats are equipped with safety jackets and rescue boats (lifeboats) that are installed in emergency conditions.